The John Marshall students can pick from several specialized degree programs. This will enhance your chance of landing the perfect job.
The John Marshall Law School’s combined J.D./LL.M. law degree program saves students time and money while it enhances their job prospects. The accelerated law degree increases student expertise and provides graduates a competitive advantage by allowing them to specialize in a particular area of law.
By taking J.D. and LL.M. courses concurrently, both law degrees can be completed in less time than if the degrees were pursued separately. That can save a law student a considerable amount of tuition. In the J.D. program, students must complete 90 credit hours. The joint degree program allows qualified students to count ten of those hours as credits needed to complete the 24-credit-hour LL.M. program.